Sophomore chaple God is beside us.
Character Day in Second Grade!!
Character day in second grade!
Danville, The Westover Christian Academy JV Boys Basketball team took to the floor Tuesday evening, albeit later than expected, against the Bishops of Virginia Episcopal School. The squad the Bulldogs faced was actually VES's Varsity B team made up of 11th and 12th graders. The Bulldogs fell behind early on a backdoor layup 2-0 before going on a scoring barrage of their own to the tune of 14-0 to build their 12 point advantage. The Bishops scored again before Neal Talbott hit a shot at the quarter buzzer to put Westover ahead 16-5 after one quarter. The Bulldogs would use their superior depth to their advantage throughout the contest subbing frequently while keeping the Bishops off balance. The 2nd quarter would see WCA run beautiful halfcourt offense which resulted in backdoor layups from Aaron Salmon and Blake Barber, while another set saw Conner White make a sweet drive to the bucket for 2 more points. The two teams would head into halftime with the Bishops down 29-13. Second half action would be very similar to the first half with Westover controlling action throughout and rotating players often. WCA was led in scoring by Isaac Von Eime who had 15 points. Aaron Salmon had 7 points while Tyler Hughes and Bailey McDowell each had 5. Blake Barber and Dallas Wheeler both had 4 while Ashton Bettendorf had 3. Conner White and Neal Talbott chipped in with 2 apiece. With the win WCA improves to 7-1 on the season. We are not back in action until next Tuesday when we take on SVHS at home. Practice tomorrow 3-4:30
The Westover Christian Academy varsity boys basketball team picked up another district win. Isaac Motley was tasked with guarding Temple’s best player Garrison Green who has averaged 19 points on the year Isaac was able to hold him to just four field goals. Matthew Moore came off the bench to have the best game of his career hitting three three-pointers for a total of 10 points on the night. He also had three assists and two steals. Josh Lewis kept up his consistent play with a 19 point outing. Dawson Booth had a good defensive night having four rebounds an assist and two blocks. Dylan Aron had 10 points, 9 rebounds and three assists. Jezekiah Morris added six points and Isaac Motley had four, Noah Burton added Four as well. Austin Salmon had one. The Bulldogs had an outstanding overall defense of effort holding the Crusaders to no more than 10 points in a quarter. The first quarter limiting them to five points and holding them to 36 for the night. 13 of the Crusaders 36 points came at the free-throw line. Westover will be back at home Friday night after playing the last seven games on the road the Bulldogs will be looking forward to returning to the dog pound! Homecoming game this Friday night starts at 6 PM. WCA 8 18 21 9. TC. 5 10 11 10 56-36 final score WCA 9-4, 6-0 in SE District Get Outlook for iOS
Partner games! Big ball volleyball, dodge ball, tug of war, and crab soccer.
Sixth Grade Character Day
Some creative “Object Day” costumes from yesterday. Way to go 4th grade!
Favorite Story Book Character in K2- Spirit Week
Super Heroes... Princesses... and Gruffalos! K4 had fun dressing up like their favorite Characters!
4th Grade are showing strong support for “Character Day!”
Mia loves building with Magna Blocks in K5!
We start every morning with pledges to the American flag, the Christian flag and the Bible! Doing what’s important!
The Westover middle school boys basketball team played the Temple Christian Crusaders on Tuesday night. Westover began the game firing on all cylinders and quickly took a 15 to 2 lead. From there the Bulldogs focused heavily on distributing the ball to each of their teammates and finished the first half with a score of 19 to 9. Westover maintained a comfortable lead throughout the game and before the game ended 10 out of 12 of Westover’s players had scored. A strong team effort gave the Bulldogs their third straight win with a final score of 33-18. Blake Johnson led in scoring with 14 points. The Bulldog’s record is now 6-3.
Jocelyn, who is a Fourth grade student, is reading a book called the "Rainbow Fish, " to fellow classmates. The book emphasizes the idea of making sacrifices for our friends.
Such a great Chapel today, Freshmen!
Object Day - Third grade is having fun this week!
After school care looks a little blurry. When it’s too wet outside you just have to make up something fun to do! #spinning #tornado
Object Day at WCA!
“Orange” you glad it’s object day!